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Big lot of Micro Four Thirds - $1 (University Hills)

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Well, my girlfriend and I love traveling and taking pictures. As she pointed out, it’s kind of silly for us to carry both a Canon and Micro Four Third system with us. So, since she shoots Canon, we decided to go with that. ;-) Kinda hard to price all this stuff, but I’ve tried to make these competitive or better than other sources.


Lumix / Leica 8-18 f/2.8-4
really is like new. Comes with a B+H UV filter, caps, a very nice OEM hood, and box.
$600

Lumix 12-35 f/2.8
is an older version (my understanding is they upgraded the barrel design, but not the glass). It comes with caps, B+H UV filter, and the original hood.
$400

Lumix 35-100 f/2.8
is also an older version. It has a few small cosmetic marks on the barrel, but is really sharp. Comes with caps, B+H UV filter, and the OEM lens hood.
$500

Olympus 60 f/2.8 Macro + extension tubes
really is like new. I used it once or twice, both indoors. Comes with the box, Tiffen UV filter, and oddly…no lens hood included when you buy new. This lens will go to 1:1 (life size) magnification with no other filters or extension tubes, but I’ll throw in a set for you anyway.
$250

Lumix 42.5 f/1.7
A really sharp and pretty quick focusing lens. Much lighter and easier to handle than the f/1.2 version. Very clean, comes with OEM hood and B+H UV filter.
$250

Lumix / Leica 15 f/1.7
Again, super clean. Has a neat feature where you can set the aperture ring to be controlled in the camera, or by twisting a ring on the barrel. Comes with caps and a nifty OEM metal hood.
$350

Lumix G9
camera body w/ grip and 3 batteries. Not sure what the shutter count is, but it can’t be more than a couple hundred.
$700



OM System lenses sharp 4/3 compact M43

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